Within the world of UFOs and aliens, there are some stories that truly stand out as particularly bizarre and mindbending, strange oddities sticking out in a sea of the strange. There have been cases that truly stretch the boundaries of the weird, and whether they help the field or populate it with craziness, they are there for all to see. One of the stranger of these is the case of a jazz singer who came forward with stories of Grey aliens, alien hybrid children, and lurid tales of mindblowing sex with a reptilian humanoid.
Pamela Stonebrooke is an American jazz vocalist, songwriter and recording artist, as well as urban journalist who has had quite a colorful career. She has performed in nightclubs from New York to Tokyo, appeared as background vocals for numerous high-profile musicians, performed as an opening act for such big names as Kenny G, The Pointer Sisters, and the Neville Brothers, and performed solo numbers on the same bill as such stars as Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette, and Jerry Lee Lewis, as well as performing for the Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry's birthday on four occasions. Currently performing mainly on the Los Angeles jazz circuit, in clubs and private gigs, she is certainly a talented and experienced musician, but she is probably more well-known for a series of incredibly bizarre and sexual alien encounters that have earned her the nickname of the Intergalactic Diva.
Pamela claims that she has had strange experiences of an extraterrestrial nature from a young age. She says that when she was just 8 or 9 years old she would sometimes find strange scars on her skin that looked like someone had scooped up tiny bits of flesh from her. At the time she had no conscious awareness of how these scars had appeared and they bothered her throughout her life. This was odd enough, but it would get stranger still when she was an adult. One evening in 1994, Pamela woke up to find herself in the fetal position in a dimly-lit room with smooth metal walls and “shaped like a truncated pyramid.” Disoriented by this strange place and the fact that she was not in her bed anymore, she at first thought she must be dreaming. As it dawned on her that this was no dream and it was actually happening, she came to the conclusion that she was somehow on a spaceship and she sat up and soon noticed that she was not alone in that room.
Standing in the corner was a group of small and thin otherworldly grey-skinned beings with large heads and eyes, that stared at her for a few moments before one of them stepped forward and gestured for her to follow it. Pamela felt compelled to do so, and the two of them walked to the wall, where a door suddenly just appeared from nowhere. They walked through to another room and the door vanished as if it had never been there at all. This was all pretty weird, but when she looked around the room it graduated to full on bizarre when she noticed three diminutive female aliens with thin wisps of hair on their mostly bald heads that were sitting on a metal table and seemed very excited to see her. She would explain:
On this short metallic table were these four little girls. They were very frail like the Greys, but they had wispy hair, almost like chemotherapy hair. They ran over to me and grabbed my arms and started calling me ‘Mommy’. I lost it.
She claims that she was suddenly overcome with a crushing sense of terror and flew into an uncontrollable panic, after which she blacked out and woke up back in her own bed. She sat up and then noticed that there was a series of small bruises on her arm, which jolted within her a fuzzy memory of being grabbed and dragged along by the Greys she had seen. At the time her memory of the events of that evening was fuzzy, but she felt that she had been experimented on and vaguely remembered the aliens showing her a vision of an apocalyptic future and telling her that Earth is “just one big, terraformed experiment.” She was also now convinced that they had taken samples of her flesh, those strange scars, and had used them to create alien hybrids, those little girls she had seen on the ship. Pamela would be plagued by nightmares featuring those aliens and those freaky little girls for the next year as she tried to put it behind her and focus on her music career. That would be when things would get even more bizarre still. One evening she woke up to find a gorgeous blonde man making love to her, and she says that she was enjoying it immensely. She says of this encounter in something that sounds like it was pulled out of some ufologists perverted fan fiction:
I had no idea who it was since I don’t bring people home like that. But the sex was incredible, and I felt safe enough to just put my head back, close my eyes, and enjoy it. All of a sudden the energy felt totally different. It felt aggressive, and the entity felt bigger — bigger than the person who was inside me. The telepathic communication was so intense and sensual and emotional — it was everything you would want to feel to be able to surrender in a sexual experience. It was almost like every cell in your body was having an orgasm. It had a kind of playful, kind of bad-boy attitude. It was kind of a sly, slick… It’s really hard to explain, but he was definitely in control!
The strange blonde man and amazing lover then morphed right before her eyes into a huge reptilian humanoid of some sort, but she was in such ecstasy that she didn’t even care. The creature then whispered into her ear “We've always been together, we love each other.” She claims that she had several such rendezvous with this shapeshifting reptilian alien, and although it is unclear what connection it has to the Grey aliens and her alleged hybrid alien children it is all a pretty wild tale for sure. She would appear on the hit paranormal radio show Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell to talk about it all, and even write a book about it all titled Experiencer: A Jazz Singer’s True Account of Extraterrestrial Contact, of which one reviewer has written:
Far from being a "victim" in a hideous sexual encounter, Pamela Stonebrook conquered her fear and carried the sexual action to the reptilians. She recounts this act of interspecies intercourse in a graphic, no-holds-barred, tour de force description, unique in UFO literature, replete with precise physical and emotional detail, sensational without being sensationalistic.
It all sounds fairly absurd, the obvious ramblings of a delusional mind, but not only does Pamela insist that it all really happened, but she has received an outpouring of support from other women who claim to have gone through the same thing. Nevertheless, she has received quite a bit of ridicule from both the mainstream public and from within the UFO community, in which the subject of shapeshifting reptilian aliens is considered to be firmly in the fringe. Pamela has remained defiant in the face of such scathing criticism, ridicule, and skepticism, and wrote in an open letter to the UFO community:
Reptilian encounters is a subject that very few women are prepared to go public with or speak openly about. I praise the courage of the few that already have - and endured public ridicule as a result. I’ve heard from women whose families are trying to put them into institutions, and women in the Bible Belt whose ministers think they are possessed by demons. I’m not the only one who’s had this happen, I’m just the only one who would talk about it. Reptilians are not a politically correct species in the UFO community, and to admit to having sex with one - much less enjoying it - is beyond the pale as far as the more conservative members of that community are concerned. But I know from my extensive reading and research, and from talking personally to dozens of other women (and men) that I am not unique in reporting this kind of experience. I am the first to admit that this is a vastly complex subject, a kind of hall of mirrors, where dimensional realities are constantly shifting and changing. Certainly, the reptilians use sex to control people in various ways. They have the ability to shape-shift and to control the mind of the experiencer, as well as to give tremendous pleasure through their mental powers.
I have wrestled with all of these implications and the various levels of meaning and possibilities represented by my encounter experiences. I will say, however, as I have said before, that I feel a deep respect for the reptilian entity with whom I interacted, and a profound connection with this being. In a past life regression I did recently, I went to a very remote period in earth's history (perhaps hundreds of thousands of years ago), and saw myself as one of a brotherhood of reptilian warriors facing a catastrophic event in which we perished together (it was possibly nuclear in nature, since I saw a red cloud and felt tremendous heat). I believe that on one level, I may be meeting these entities again, perhaps fellow warriors from the past warning us of an impending, self-inflicted doom - or perhaps they are different aspects of myself. I don't really know; I'm just trying to unravel this puzzle like everyone else.
She also believes that her book can help others who have experienced the same thing and give them some sort of support and the courage to talk about what they have gone through. She says she has received hundreds of letters from others like her, and that these reptilian encounters and alien abductions by the Greys are something that seriously needs to be addressed. In her opinion, if more people come forward with their abduction experiences and the area is researched more, it will become more a part of not only UFO research, but also an accepted fact in the mainstream public. She has said of this:
Following my initial Art Bell interview, I received hundreds of letters and e-mails, many from people describing similar encounters to mine. I know that there are people out there who are suffering in isolation and silence, thinking they are going crazy. I have been able to give some of these people strength and courage, so that they can move through their fear and come out the other side, empowered and still able to celebrate life as the incredible adventure that it truly is. I know that when I was processing my Grey experiences, if it had not been for people like John Mack, Budd Hopkins, Kim Carlsberg, Whitley Strieber, John Carpenter, and other researchers and experiencers who have been courageous enough to come forward, putting their lives and reputations on the line, I would have stayed in fear a lot longer, cowering in a corner, my self-esteem and identity shattered. Thanks to them and to the wonderful members of my support group, I am still standing, intact and whole.
I believe that the alien abduction experience is profoundly linked to the momentous shift in consciousness that is occurring as we enter the new millennium. We are witnesses to and participants in the most fantastic era in human history. And contrary to the mood of pessimism from some individuals regarding the way mainstream media treats the UFO phenomenon, and the trepidation that is felt regarding its ultimate impact on the human race, I am unashamedly a "Positive." Everywhere I turn, I find much greater public acceptance of the alien abduction/UFO phenomenon, and active curiosity from enormous numbers of people. I am also encouraged by the fact that many more experiencers are coming forward, no longer hiding behind the cloak of anonymity. I believe that within ten years the reality of alien abduction will be accepted as a fact by the majority of people on this planet, and ridicule of the subject by the media or anyone else will be regarded as naive and irresponsible.
It is all a pretty wild tale, and we are left to wonder just what to make of it all. Is there anything to this? What happened to this woman and what connecion is there between the Grey aliens and that reptilian stud? Did any of this really happen or is it just a lurid, sensational sex story made up by a delusional person wanting attention? Whatever the case may be, it certainly is a unique tale, and really stands out as just about one of the strangest alien abduction cases out there.